Snoring Treatment

 What Is Snoring?

The raspy or loud sound that results when air passes through relaxed throat tissues and causes the tissues to vibrate with each breath is known as snoring. Most individuals snore occasionally, but for some, it can be a persistent issue. It might also be a sign of a serious medical issue and may require snoring treatment, contact us if you suffer from snoring in Melbourne.

Snoring Causes


  • Nasal airways are blocked. 
  • Allergies or a sinus infection. 
  • The airways can also become blocked by issues with your nose, such as nasal polyps or a deviated septum 
  • Your tongue and throat have a poor muscular tone.
  • Too much relaxation in the muscles of the throat and tongue might cause them to collapse into your airway.
  • Thick throat tissue 

  • Obesity may contribute to this.
  • Uvula or a long, soft palate.
  • The space between your nose and neck may become smaller if you have a long soft palate or uvula 
  • Use of drugs and alcohol. Your tongue and throat muscles may become overly relaxed as a result of alcohol use or the use of muscle relaxants.
  • Sleeping on your back. 
  • Absence of sleep.

Snoring Diagnosis

In order to check for conditions that could obstruct your airways, such as persistent nasal congestion brought on by rhinitis or sinusitis, a deviated septum, or swollen tonsils, your snoring doctor specialist will also inquire about your medical history and perform a physical examination before they can recommend snoring treatment:

  •  Your airways can be examined with a CT scan, MRI, or X-ray.
  • A test called polysomnography may require you to spend the night in a lab or have a machine track your sleep while you are at home.

Snoring Risk factors

Both men and women snore more frequently as they age, and snoring may increase during pregnancy. If you are stuffing from snoring in Melbourne please book a consultation with our doctor. Additional snoring risk factors include:

• Nasal disorders such as a deviated septum or persistent congestion 

• Obesity 

 • Consuming alcohol

 • Smoking 

• Family history of snoring or other sleep-disrupting breathing

Snoring Complications

If you suffer from snoring and sleep apnea, you can also be at risk for the following issues:

  • Daytime slumber
  • frequent rage or frustration
  • difficulty paying attention
  • Increased risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure
  • Increased risks of accidents due to sleep deprivation

Snoring treatment in Melbourne is available to help with your open-mouth snoring treatment, book a consultation with our qualified doctor for your snoring problem right away.


Snoring Symptoms

Not all snorers have OSA, but if any of the symptoms listed below are present in addition to snoring, it may be time to consult a snoring doctor specialist for additional OSA evaluation to see the connection between snoring and sleep apnea:

  • Breathing pauses when sleeping was observed
  • excessive slumber during the day
  • difficulty paying attention
  • daily headaches
  • A sore throat when you wake up
  • erratic sleeping
  • At night, gasping or choking
  • elevated blood pressure
  • nighttime chest ache
  • Your noisy snoring is making your partner’s sleep uncomfortable.

Snoring treatments include:

  • Your snoring doctor specialist might advise you to reduce your weight, give up smoking, or avoid alcoholic beverages before bed.
  • oral devices. While you sleep, you have a little plastic gadget in your mouth. By moving your mouth or tongue, it maintains your airways open to help with snoring and sleep apnea,
  • Surgery. your doctor may remove, reduce, or stiffen the soft palate tissues in your throat.
  • CPAP. By pushing air into your airways while you sleep, a continuous positive airway pressure machine addresses sleep apnea and lessens snoring.

Try these additional options

Sleep on your side rather than your back.

Set your bed’s head a few inches higher.

To make your nostrils larger, use nasal strips that adhere to your nose’s bridge.

Follow a sleep schedule.

When to see a doctor?

If you experience any of the aforementioned signs, consult with our doctor for snoring problem, we provide snoring treatment in  Melbourne and will create a customized open-mouth snoring treatment for you.

These could be signs that your snoring and obstructive sleep apnea are connected (OSA).

How Sleep Apnea and TMJ Dental Treatment Center Can Help you with your Snoring Treatment?

Snoring treatment in Melbourne is available at our Sleep Center, our sleep specialist Dr. Anitha Prasanna is equipped and experienced to diagnose and offers open mouth snoring treatment and sleep apnea treatment. Our qualified doctor for snoring problems aids you in attaining good, restful sleep by treating the underlying conditions that are hindering it.

Through a range of therapeutic approaches, patients with snoring and sleep apnea issues can successfully manage their condition. We are convinced we can help you since we have helped countless individuals with snoring issues in Melbourne.